Boroughs: Ville-Marie

Our candidates

Steve Shanahan

Steve Shanahan

Candidate for City Councillor

District Peter-McGill

Elected under the Vrai changement pour Montréal banner in 2013, Steve Shanahan chose to run for a second term in order to continue his mission of making Ville-Marie a borough full of successes.

Steve Shanahan has a Bachelor of Business Administration from Bishop's University and has been a marketing consultant for many years. His passion for politics eventually pushed him to change his path, to officially get into the municipal election race.

As Vice-President of Interaction for Peter-McGill, Steve Shanahan led a committee that allowed the financial turnaround of this round table. To this end, he has put in place innovative technological tools. He was also founding president of the association of residents of Place Victor Hugo. He then developed solutions that led to the reduction of crime, the improvement of snow management and the implementation of a composting program for residents.

Daniel Gaudreau

Daniel Gaudreau

Candidate for City Councillor

District Saint-Jacques

The socio-economic development of the borough, the conception of strategies regarding transportation and the betterment of the family life of citizens are issues on which Daniel Gaudreau wishes to work on.

Daniel Gaudreau holds a certificate of college studies (AEC) in fire prevention and a professional diploma (DEP) in road transportation from the Centre de formation en transport routier (CFTR) in Saint-Jérôme. His employment, in the areas of transportation and logistics, allows him to clearly assess the needs of motorists in the downtown area of Montreal.

As resident of the Borough of Ville-Marie for more than ten years, he is well acquainted with the needs of the population. His experience and ability to listen to the citizens make Daniel Gaudreau the ideal candidate to respond to local issues.

Daniel Gaudreau

Artur Adam Urbanowicz

Candidate for City Councillor

Artur Adam Urbanowicz

Artur Adam Urbanowicz chose to present himself with le Vrai Changement pour Montréal because he believes in the equal distribution of power within the boroughs, which, according to him, have, unique needs and must consequently be provided with enough managerial freedom to flourish. He also advocates for efficient resource management for the City of Montreal.

Holder of a D.E.C. in civil engineering technology, Artur Adam Urbanowicz is completing his studies at the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS) to become a construction engineer with a specialisation in project management. He understands how quality control affects the performance and durability of structures. His rigour and attention to detail make him the ideal candidate to represent the interests of the citizens in Sainte-Marie.

Artur Adam Urbanowicz believes that the city should promote a healthy and safe environment for citizens, services and resources for families, and an environment conducive to the social, cultural and economic development of the people.